Originally Posted by RussianM3_dude
The problem is not gaining amenities like the GT3, but with loosing focus and becoming an everyday GT. This is the same confusing mix of priorities as the RS4. Some extreme bits (Gallardo brakes, 100hp/liter V8) and some GT bits like too much weight, "soft" steering and understeer.
BMW should just decide what it wants, sports car or a cruiser.
Previous ///M cars where never ulimate sportscars, always best off two worlds, the best compromise between sportcars like drive and daily drivabilaty.
I think the problem is that the non ///M BMW`s are momentarily just that good that the difference between ///M and "ordinary" BMW`s is fading.
Furthermore it is verry difficult IMO to make a car that is as good as an E46 M3, substantialy better, it is all about evolution, not revolution.